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British Masters


Published November 18, 2012


British composers are showcased in the DuPage Symphony Orchestra's second concert in the "Great Expectations" series of 2012. William Walton's spirited Portsmouth Point Overture, with its conspicuous influence of American jazz, provides the fitting introduction for Ralph Vaughan Williams' touching Songs of Travel, a skillful settings of nine poems by Robert Louis Stevenson sung by Chicagoland bass-baritone David Govertsen. Sir Edward Elgar's justly famous Enigma Variations, with its affectionate musical portrayals of 14 of the composer's closest friends, concludes this colorful and appealing concert.

DSO music director Barbara Schubert conducts this performance at Wentz Hall in Naperville, Illinois. 18 November 2012.

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Date 2012-11-18
Source H2 Zoom Recover 44kHz/16-bit
Run time 00:58:42


Notes

This reference recording was not recorded, nor endorsed, by the DuPage Symphony Orchestra, and is presented for educational purposes, only.

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